Who should complete UAB IRB training?

Who should complete UAB IRB training?

Institutional Review Board (IRB) FAQs Who should complete UAB IRB training?

Who should complete UAB IRB training?

You need UAB IRB training if you are an employee or student at UAB or TCHA and you

  • are listed as an Investigator or "key personnel" (i.e., engaged in the design, conduct, analysis, or reporting of research) on the IRB protocol or funding application; or
  • screen potential participants and/or obtain informed consent; or
  • have IRB-related responsibilities.

You need UAB IRB training if you are not affiliated with UAB or TCHA and you

  • work at another institution that has an IRB Authorization Agreement whereby the UAB IRB is the "IRB of record"; or
  • work at another institution and hold an Individual Investigator Agreement whereby the UAB IRB is your "IRB of record."

You do not need UAB IRB training if you 

  • are not affiliated with UAB or TCHA in any way (e.g., student, employee, consultant); and
  • work at another institution that has its own IRB.

In these cases, you should have your research work reviewed by your IRB.

 

 

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